Chamber Soloists group enjoys a
grand evening for its inaugural concert.
gala strolling dinner reception
was held Oct. 7 at the Bloomfield
Hills home of Bernard and
Barbara Stollman following the inaugural
concert of the newly formed Chamber
Soloists of Detroit (formerly the Pro
Mozart Society of Greater Detroit). The
concert was generously sponsored by Dr.
Stanley H. Levy to honor the memory of
his late wife, Rita S. Levy, a lifelong and
beloved patron of the arts.
The concert featured acclaimed pianist
Pauline Martin of West Bloomfield and
violinist Yoonshin Song, the newly appoint-
ed concertmaster of the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra, performing works by Janacek,
Saint-Saens, Carter and Brahms to a full
house and an enthusiastic audience.
President Gerald Stollman and Leila
Stollman of West Bloomfield, Bernard
and Barbara Stollman, Teryl Asher of
Bloomfield Hills, Leonard Borman of
Birmingham, Sylvelin Bouwman of
Eastpointe and Ida D. Mucciante of
Farmington Hills participated in the phe-
nomenal success of the inaugural concert
Pro Mozart Society of Greater Detroit
was founded by Marguerite Kozenn Chajes
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Guests Eddie Sherman, Margaret Ganz, Barbara Frankel, Ron Michalak and Esther
Violinist Yoonshin Song and pianist
Hosts Bernard and Barbara Stollman
Guests Dr. Stanley Levy, Shelley Mintz
and Pauline Martin
of St. Petersburg
Valery Gergiev, music director
Denis Matsuev, piano
Saturday, October 27, 8 pm
Ein Heldenleben, Op. 40 (1898)
Concerto in c minor for Piano,
Trumpet, and String Orchestra,
Op. 35 (1933)
The Rite of Spring (1913)
Sponsored by Renegade Ventures Fund.
Presented with support from
Catherine S. Arcure Endowment Fund.
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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN j ANN ARBOR
20 October 18 • 2012